Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has suggested that Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min would thrive at Liverpool.

Neville said (00:12) that if Liverpool lost either Sadio Mane or Mohamed Salah, the club would pick Son to replace one of them.

Neville revealed (00:12) that former Red Jamie Carragher brought up the aforementioned point earlier, which is why he touched on it.

By suggesting that Liverpool would replace Mane or Salah with Son if either of them left the club, you are suggesting that Son could perform to a similar level to the two Liverpool forwards.

Mane and Salah have scored 186 goals between them for the Reds. If Son was to replace either Mane or Salah, he would have to be scoring plenty of goals.

Going by Neville’s comments, the former Manchester United defender is confident that the Spurs forward could do that at Anfield.

In six Premier League appearances this season, Son has scored eight goals and registered two assists.

The aforementioned numbers highlight that Son would add end product to Liverpool’s attack.

However, the reality is, Liverpool have not genuinely been linked with Son. This is not a transfer that we see happening anytime soon.

The video below aired on Sky Sports, but it was posted to Twitter by @LastWordOnSpurs.

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